Author: Stephanie Kountouros

EP 148 On an Inclusive Native American Curriculum. Michael Vendiola and Sat’i’ya

 

EP 148 On an Inclusive Native American Curriculum. Michael Vendiola, Office of Native Education Director at Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, and Sat’i’Ya, Ferndale Public Schools Lummi Language Instructor, talk about Washington State education and the Native American “Since Time Immemorial” curriculum. Sat’i’ya on teaching and preserving the Lummi Language.

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Ep. 140 Searches and Civil Rights

Ep. 139. Long-time civil rights defenders, the legal team of Larry Hildes and Karen Weill have been defending immigrants, activists, targets of police harassment and others in need, often with little or no compensation. They discuss the DACA decision, the Facebook Bellingham NODAPL search warrant, and an FBI investigation targeting local environmental activists.

Junga Subedar and Michelle Vendiola, representing Community to Community, Red Line Salish Sea and  the Whatcom Civil Rights Project lead the show with a response to the decision to grant a search warrant to the Facebook page and the implications for our civil rights.

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